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Everyone's worried about the food.

According to The New York Times, the White House staff is already under pressure to produce a high-quality meal for the "haute cuisine-conscious French guests." Luckily, they have the White House garden to call on for some homegrown, all-American ingredients. When the UK prime minister visited for the last state dinner in 2012, the menu included crisped halibut with potato crust, served on a bed of braised baby kale fresh from the White House garden, and bison wellington, a US protein made in the British style. Perhaps that means guests will be treated to an American twist on a French dish tomorrow.

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